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Synonyms for impeach

Synonyms for impeach

challenge the honesty or veracity of

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charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office

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Steyer's campaign spurred headlines in October when his petition, which declares 'we need to impeach this dangerous president' 'surpassed the one million signature mark, a milestone Steyer himself initially believed was the ceiling of his impeachment drive.
The day we were to vote on the bill, the then PDP chairman came and asked us to withdraw it because we wanted to use it to impeach the then President Goodluck Jonathan', he said.
A number of professors have thrown their weight behind the movement, saying there is a ' strong case' to impeach Trump and stop him from taking the top job.
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its 19 allies have strongly criticized the Bangladesh Awami League government's move to re-empower parliament to impeach the Supreme Court judges, describing it as a conspiracy.
asked Aquino in reaction to claims that senators were bribed to impeach Corona.
February 25, 2013 (BENTIU) -- Lawmakers in South Sudan's Unity State assembly have gone on a three-month recess, nearly two weeks after its members failed to impeach the speaker over allegations linked to corruption.
THE Welsh MPs who tried to impeach Tony Blair have published the 63 questions they believe he must answer when he appears before the Iraq Inquiry today.
ALEX Salmond's bid to impeach Tony Blair over the war in Iraq is to be probed by the Standards Commissioner.
But Ahmadi-Nejad called the move to impeach Kordan illegal, because he did not commit any wrongdoing while in office, the state-run news agency, IRNA, reported.
PakistanCOs beleaguered President Pervez Musharraf will not resign, his spokesman said yesterday, as the ruling coalition prepared to launch a bid to impeach the prominent US ally.
In July 2007 a polling company called American Research Group conducted the first and only poll asking whether the American public wants to impeach Vice President Dick Cheney.
TO IMPEACH OR NOT TO IMPEACH: THAT IS THE question that Bob Kuttner and I bat around in this issue.
I was impressed by the depth in which John Nichols presented the impeachment case ("Be Bipartisan: Impeach Bush," December 2006).
What about all the people who wanted to impeach Bill Clinton because of his indiscretions with Monica Lewinsky, his eager-to-please intern?
The first song on Impeach My Bush, "Fuck or Kill," contains the lyrics from which the album's title was taken.